I don't have any step by step pictures but it was pretty straightforward to create.
I bought a frame from Ikea. It came in a glossy white finish that was very plasticky looking (well it IS plastic to it goes to reason...) so I spray-painted it flat white.
Then I spray painted the glass with black chalk-board paint. You will need a few light coats to get this to look right. Wear gloves when you paint unless you want permanently black fingernails.
Once it dried I printed off the "To Do" part and the scrolly design in the size I wanted. I rubbed the back of the printed paper with chalk and taped it in place and traced over the designs with a pencil (this transfers the chalk design to the chalkboard).
Then I drew over the chalked design with a white pen. Once it was dry I reassembled and primed the board by going over the whole thing with chalk and then erasing (not exactly sure why this step is necessary but it's what it said to do on the back of the chalkboard paint can).
- Ikea Ung Drill Frame
- Rustoleum flat white spraypaint
- Rustoleum chalkboard spraypaint
- Pen-touch white fine point (1.0mm) opaque ink pen
- Chalkboard fonts: Handy George, Bergamont Ornaments
- Chalk (which is surprisingly hard to find, considering how popular chalkboards are)